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- Katanbaf, M.N.; Hardiman, J.W.
- Poultry science 2010 v.89 no.4 pp. 822-824
- animal well-being, etc ; broiler breeders; animal breeding; animal health; carcass yield; selection criteria; artificial selection; genetic improvement; feed conversion; phenotype; pedigree; animal age; abnormal development; animal physiology; mortality; data collection; consumer demand; animal behavior; product development; Show all 19 Subjects
- ... Primary breeders are well aware that selecting for better health and well-being along with economic traits such as faster growth rate, higher levels of meat yield, and improved efficiency of feed utilization are critical to balanced long-term genetic progress of their pure lines as well as to increased production efficiency of broiler products for the broiler industry. Cobb collects and selects on ...